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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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2. hryggr (adj.)

‘sorrowful, sad’
ONP (prose citations):96728113
SkP: 23127911 (prose):81392394

forms: hryggs, hryggvari, hryggr, hryggt, hrygg…, hrygguir, hryɢvir, hryɢr, hrygg, hryggur nom m sg, hrygvir, ryggvir, ryggu, hryggua, hryggir, ryɢ, rygvir, rygg, ryggr, rygr, ryggir, hryggvm, ryguan, ryguir, rygga, hryggver, hryguer, hryɢ, hrygr, hryggvir, hrygguar, hrvɢvan, hryggva, rygguan, rẏggua, hryɢga, hryggri, hrygguari, hryggaztvr, hrygger, hryggvu, ryggari, hryggu, ryggum, hryggv, hryɢan, ryggvar, hryɢver, hryggja, hrygvari, hrygt, hryggvan, hrygga, hryggar, hrygur, hryggr, hrꝩɢr, allhryggr, hryggum

Anon Hsv 37VII l. 2 [variant]: hryggvan ‘’
Anon Hsv 37VII l. 3 [variant]: hrygt ‘’
Anon Hsv 69VII l. 3 [variant]: hryggt ‘’
Anon Líkn 9VII l. 3: hryggr ‘sorrowful’
Anon Mgr 2VII l. 3: hryggr ‘sorrowful’
Anon Pét 46VII l. 6: hryggva ‘sorrowful’
Anon Pl 22VII l. 3: hryggr ‘distraught’
Anon Pl 54VII l. 7: hrygg ‘the sad’
Anon Sól 30VII l. 2: hryggvir ‘sorrowful’
Anon Sól 44VII l. 2: hryggvari ‘more grief-stricken’
ESk Geisl 53VII l. 3: hryggs ‘of the sorrowful’
Eskál Vell 15I l. 8: hryggva ‘sorrow’
Eskál Vell 15I l. 8 [variant]: hryggja ‘’
Anon Lil 71VII l. 2: hryggva ‘the sorrowful’
Gamlkan Has 33VII l. 8: hryggu ‘rueful’
GunnLeif Merl I 38VIII (Bret 106) l. 3: hryggr ‘the grieving’
HSt Rst 32I l. 8: hrygg ‘desolate’
Mark Eirdr 29II l. 8: hryggva ‘saddens’
Rv Lv 21II l. 1: hryggr ‘upset’
Sigv Austv 5I l. 5 [variant]: hryggr ‘’
Sigv Berv 16II l. 7: hryggr ‘sad’
Sturl Hrafn 14II l. 2: hryggs ‘of the gloomy’
Þjóð Haustl 10III l. 2: hryggvir ‘sad’
Anon Brúðv 15VII l. 8: hrygg ‘sad’

Eskál Vell 15I, l. 8: óhryggva ‘without sorrow’
Eskál Vell 15I, l. 8: óhryggja ‘without ’
Anon Brúðv 15VII, l. 8: hryggleit ‘sad-looking’

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